bioimpedance analysis

bioimpedance analysis

a method for analyzing the water content of the body through variations in bioimpedance between different types of tissue.
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Personal stature is an important anthropometric measurement in calculating body mass index of an individual, assessing nutritional status and the risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes (Herout & Erstad, 2004; Bays et al, 2007), estimation of body composition by bioimpedance analysis and prediction of energy needs.
2011) Accuracy of direct segmental multi-frequency bioimpedance analysis in the assessment of total body and segmental body composition in middle-aged adult population.
Bioimpedance Analysis (BIA), also known as bioelectrical impedance analysis, is a method used to measure body composition, which implies the measurement of body fat in relation to lean body mass.
Bioimpedance analysis of body composition in an international twin cohort.
A bioimpedance analysis would reveal body composition, including body fat, muscle and water content.
The correlation of nutrition risk index, nutrition risk score, and bioimpedance analysis with postoperative complications in patients undergoing gastrointestinal surgery.
Body composition in athletes and sports nutrition: an examination of the bioimpedance analysis technique.
Thus, bioimpedance analysis measures fluid volume primarily of muscle and surrounding soft tissues between the skin and underlying bone.
2010) Canada[Quebec] late yes vs no, maternal cross-sectional puberty, 15-18y, smoking, pregnancy fat, [male][female] total body [diagnostic: multifrequency bioimpedance analysis, kg] t w/maternal smoking [adj mean diff.